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Achievement in the history: Thar saline water being used for fish production

By  Dr. Abdul Razak Shaikh, Shortage of freshwater is a global issue and changing the climatic condition or global warming has made water supply unpredictable in many parts of the world. Therefore, there is a vital need for exploring the productivity of inland saline groundwater and suitability of organisms to …

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Sindh CM launches development schemes in Karachi

By Abdul Razzak Shaikh, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has embarked upon the third phase of reconstruction of Karachi, particularly of backward and industrial areas like Lyari, Korangi, Korangi Industrial area where around Rs4 billion development schemes have been launched which he visited and on the last leg …

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Status of women in Pakistan

In our society majority of women are suffering various kinds of injustice, oppressiveness and inhumanity on every step. Their social, political, educational, Maternal and other basic rights are being ruthlessly snatched, although no one can refute this fact that woman of our society is playing a glorious role in the …

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Kazakhstan: Opening to the world

Zaman Bajwa, Tourism industry is growing rapidly as globalization remains in the Focus , because of the economic benefits that it provides to the country. The positive effects of tourism such as supporting balance of payments by creating foreign currency inflow, creating employment, and supporting foreign trade, infrastructure and superstructure; …

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Better values- better economy

By Syeda Asma Andrabi, Islam a religion fully embedded with the high moral values, according to a hadith (by Sahih Muslim, Book 033 # 6426) The Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) said “No babe is born but upon fitrat (as Muslim). It is his parents who make him a Jew or a …

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The plights of Pakistani women

By  Sehrash Mumtaz, Mao Zedong says: ” Women hold up half the sky.” This saying of Mao is both lofty and noble in theory, but practically, a far cry. In China, delegates at the Congress choose members of the Party’s Central Committee, where women, abysmally, account for only 4.9 percent …

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Reform the Bureaucracy

Umair Pervez Khan, Current bureaucratic structure of Pakistan is the extension of legacy of the Britain civil Services. The English bureaucratic legacy can be analyzed both in positive and negative terms. The civil administration pre-independence was highly competent, dutiful and efficient. While its darker side was that British bureaucracy erstwhile …

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Bado Jabal: A neglected natural resort of Sindh

By Dr.Abdul Razak Shaikh, Bado Jabal is a Hill Station of Sindh, Pakistan. It is situated at an elevation of 3000 ft (914 m) in the Kirthar Mountains, 65 km (40 mi) southwest of Sehwan city of Jamshoro district. It is an attractive place for nature-lovers due to its pleasant …

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Poverty in Pakistan

Letter to the Editor; This world is temporary even though everyone wants a good home, good dress, good food as well as everyone is running after money. Some people are rich and some are poor, according to Islam if we are poor ,we should keep patience and if we are …

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Thar Coal Power Plant II: Vision of Mohtarmma Benazir Bhutto Towards energy

BY NOAMAN SHAIKH, Pakistan’s Thar Desert contains one of the largest untapped coal deposits in the world. The size of lignite coal reserves in the Thar Desert was estimated at 175 billion tons in 1992 and is spread across 9,100 sq k. The Thar Coal Power Project started electricity production in the …

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